To celebrate International Men’s Day, How Do You Do It are offering complimentary places for up to 15 dads at a taster event to sample its award-winning group coaching program for working parents.
Often overlooked in the support given to working parents, dads are increasingly wanting an active role as parents whilst also
maintaining momentum in their career. Drawing on over 13 years experience of coaching working dads, our taster event will
cover some of the key topics from our longer group coaching programs, providing an opportunity to discuss common
challenges dads face in navigating career and parenting and gain insight into the solutions and strategies for making it work.
The event is tailored specifically for dads and we would encourage you to choose a representative who will gain personal
value from it and will be able to provide feedback about the relevance of this support in your organisation
Attendees will benefit from:
- The opportunity to talk openly about the challenges of being a working parent as well as the chance to share and be
offered solutions to address these issues constructively
- Building their understanding of the keys to ‘making it work’ across career, family and their organisation
- Developing strategies for combining parenting with corporate responsibilities so that they are more productive,
satisfied and efficient in both areas of their life
- Meeting a relevant support network of other professional dads
Organisations will benefit from:
- The opportunity to sample one of our flagship courses for working parents at no cost
- The chance to find out more about our style of working and
- Gaining valuable feedback from your own employee about our courses and how they may fit with your working parent
- An overview and supporting collateral outlining our full range of employee support services
- A chance to show support for working dads on International Men’s Day
ABOUT HOW DO YOU DO IT
How Do You Do It is an International coaching consultancy, established in 2006 to support the retention and progression
of working parents. We have always worked with mums and dads and having coached thousands of parents and their
managers, we have developed considerable insight into the barriers and solutions to supporting working parents for the
benefit of the individual, their team and the wider organisation. Looking at the whole person and how they navigate their
career and family responsibilities, How Do You Do It enables individuals to thrive and organisations to benefit from the
broadest talent pool.
If you are interested in men's health, please join us for a fun and informative trivia quiz on International Men's Day hosted by the Hunter New England Male Health Network.
There will be lots of giveaways and prizes and participants are able to order from the Bistro. (see menu options)
Trivia tables can be pre-planned (max of 10 per table) or formed on the night.
This event will also include the Male Health Champions Awards presentations.
Blokepedia invites you to take part in the Northern Territory Mens Forum.
Share your thoughts and provide feedback as we get together to discuss some of the issues and topics that impact the lives of men living in the Territory.
In these interactive sessions we will explore topics such as:
- Men's Health and Wellbeing
- Availability of support services in the NT
- Support for fathers, grandfathers & families
- Work/Career and Lifestyle
These forums are supported by The Northern Territory Government and are part of the consultation process for the development of The Northern Territory Gender Equality Framework.
The Framework focuses on the key areas of Safety, Health & Wellbeing, Economic Security, and Leadership & Participation.These focus areas aim to address the gender inequalities that exist in the Northern Territory.
We look forward to having you join in these important conversations
Note: Morning Tea is provided
Northampton Community Men's Shed will be holding a free barbeque with music, with the invitation to celebrate the men in your life starting at 5pm at the railway precinct in Northampton. This event is open to the public.
The Importance of Fathering will feature Guest Speaker Steven Rushforth from The Fathering Project.
This event is free and there will be door prizes and giveaways, plus a light supper and bar facilities.
Please call to register: 4dads in Mandurah 6164 0619 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This free event will launch the booklet of "The Shed stories" and "Men's Health videos on best practices" focusing on situational approach to suicide prevention.
Build A Brotherhood runs free men’s support groups twice a month (first and third Thursday). This event will take place again on 21 November, two days after International Men's Day.
Men come who do not know one another with the support of a family therapist and drug/ alcohol counsellor and the group also runs basic life skills course that cover;
* communication skills
* self care techniques
* healthy relationships
* healthy morals and values
* advice with mental health and others ways of help
* looking at our past to see how it is effecting our present and future
* grief and loss
* self esteem
* body image
* what to do when someone is suicidal, what to look for and what to recognise within yourself
* emotional regulating
Also anything people would like to ask or learn is taken on board and worked through.
Men's stories are shared on the Facebook “Men’s Group” and Instagram @_buildabrotherhood to encourage others to speak up.
Find out more on Facebook
Visit the Build A Brotherhood website
The Men's Block Party is made up of three blockbuster challenges to raise money for men's health and the Movember Foundation.
Event 1 is a 12 hour fitness challenge including a 5km run, a 20km row, 60 minute workouts, 18km Tri bike ride and more.
Event 2 is sitting in 500kg of ice for three minutes.
Event 3 is a men's conference called 'Bro's for Mo's' with three keynote speakers, panel discussions and immersive displays.
A $50 donation gives entry into three events.
A Q&A style panel session with experts in the field of men’s health. Topics include prostate cancer, incontinence,
erectile dysfunction and more.
The event will be convened by Brad Butt, founding pharmacist of Men's Health Downunder, who won the AMHF Men's Health Awards ACT in June.
Tim Stewart Clinical Pharmacist, Men's Health Downunder
Maureen Bailey Men’s Health Physiotherapist, Maureen Bailey & Associates
Kellie Toohey Exercise Physiologist, University of Canberra
Kym Robinson Psychosexual Therapist, Kym Robinson Psychosexual Therapy
Ian and Jane Patient Representatives
Tickets cost $75 and a percentage of funds will go to the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia.
FIND OUT MORE AT: mhdu2019.com.au